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Buffering Intergenerational Trauma: Child Well-Being and Community-Based Resilience

  • February 01, 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Online Event

NW Children's Foundation is thrilled to present Developmental Scientist Dr. Kandace Thomas as a featured speaker for the 2022 NW Children’s Foundation Forum. Passionately committed to her work at the intersection of research, policy, and practice in the field of early childhood and infant mental health, her focus is squarely on racial and social justice. Dr. Thomas is nationally recognized for her innovative work in child development, diversity-informed practice and mindfulness. She brings an array of strength and community-based research and practices to support children and families, and those who work with them.

Dr. Kandace Thomas
will be joined by a
panel of community leaders to share insights and examples of community-centered practices that facilitate healing and promote resilience.

Building on Dr. Thomas’s presentation, Dr. Ben Danielson (community leader in health equity and clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the UW School of Medicine) will engage three panelists to talk about the concrete ways they are working to promote resilience through community-based strengths and strategies.

4 Continuing education credit (CEUs/STARS) approval pending


**If you register and are unable to attend, please keep us informed so we can properly adjust our reservation. It is important as we engage in the community WSSCSW is regarded as good stewards of the places that we meet.

Washington State Society for Clinical Social Work
14201 SE Petrovitsky Rd Ste A3-269 Renton, WA 98058 •

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